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morning. she is filling in. the show is also in talks to get michelle obama on the air. ann romney is in the battleground states of virginia. she greeted cancer survivors and campaign volunteers yesterday in chester. peter in sarasota, florida, on our independent line. we are talking about whether political spouses affect your vote. caller: absolutely not. and i am an independent for u.s. senate in florida. and i'me-in candidate, single with a mensa iq, and i'm the owner of two companies. geraldine ferraro was the best candidate running back years ago. vote for pete. host: let's go to our next call in hindsville, alabama, on our democrat line. good morning. no, they don't affect my vote. they are very intelligent women, but i've already made up my mind. so the spouses don't have anything to do with that. host: do they give more perspective and to who the candidates are? radio station in washington, wtop, says -- do you feel the spouses can give more of a human side to the person? caller: they might try, but most people see what the. candidates the. it's kind of hard for them to cha
want to talk a little bit about this speech today. thank you for joining us. what does mitt romney have to do in this speech? what sort of expectations are built up? guest: this will be romney's foreign-policy speech. it is clearly pretty late in the game for him to be delivering a speech like this. early voting has started in the number of states. he wants to continue some of the momentum he built up last week's debate. it's a chance for him to make a clear contrast between himself and the president. more importantly, it's another chance for his campaign to show that there is more of a choice between him and obama and less of a referendum. when romney pick his running mate this summer, there was a sense that this would be a chance for him to outline things for his own and have a policy position that would set him apart from the president. but we've seen over the past couple of weeks at the campaign dynamic has not changed that much. this is just one more issue on which the republicans are trying to get the president. >> what you have seen from the speech so far, is mitt romney going to
something to talk about. >> why is mitt romney not making more hay with the problems of dodd-frank on the stump? >> i think in the debate -- did you see the debate? >> yeah, but it hasn't been as huge of a talk point as i would have expected. >> maybe they're watching. >> to see if it works? >> no see that kate kelly thinks that there -- there is no doubt that small banks are a part of the problem here. and small business is not being able to get loans right now. >> someone put to me yesterday, they're getting out their pitch forks and torches against what dodd-frank will do with them. >> there's more than five, that was the point made yesterday. >> more than five banks who became systemically important and beneficiaries of all this. >> so you're a little monster, are you going to talk in chairs about -- >> you want me to talk about -- >> to spell gaga, you have to first spell gag. that's a tease. >> we'll talk a little lady gaga after the break. >>> still to come, guest host ken langone will cover the economy, candidates, education. and then this morning we'll invite you to
governor romney a liar and a cheater and blame jim lehrer for not -- obama talked four minutes more but that we're going to hear tonight. he's a liar and cheater, that's really a pathetic answer to what happened in that debate. and if he was a liar the president should have called him out on it. why didn't president challenge him? >> somebody want to talk? >> the most important -- >> governor rendell, i'd like to hear governor rendell's response to that first, i'm sorry. >> i don't believe you call people a liar, et cetera. look there's no question -- >> axelrod. >> -- governor romney changed his position in that debate radically. first of all he said he would sign the ryan budget which has a 20% tax cut across the board for everybody including the richest americans. number two he never explained and the president didn't call him on it how he'll account for that almost $5 trillion cut, plus the $2 trillion in military spending that they advocate which the defense department and the generals haven't even asked for. there's been no explanation of that and that's a pretty important iss
romney's plan to win the white house and later more on the future changes at jpmorgan, we'll talk earnings and find out if the stock is a buy. "squawk" is back right after this. >>> it is the vice presidential debate tonight. i don't have to read it again. you know who's there and who is going to square off tonight. here is a preview of what we can expect out of the gop vp. lot of alphabet soup. reince priebus is the chairman of the republican national committee and mr. chairman it's good to see you this morning, trying to figure out where to score -- i've seen you around a lot and you know, we love hearing your side of things and then i see debbie wasserman schultz around and we hear that, and sometimes we get buried in talking points and i wonder if there's a law of diminishing returns but we're going to go here anyway and i'll start with what roger altman just said was that mr. biden needs to point out that 99% of the romney positions changed at the time of the first debate. now is that accurate in your view? >> no. listen, i don't know where this stuff's coming from. i've been
definitely agree with the lady talking to about the foreign policy issue because i think mitt romney is an opportunist. like he went and disrespected all of our allies. you know, he's just an opportunist. he kisses up to benjamin netanyahu on foreign policy. i think obama is actually steadfast spirit and alchemy type to benjamin netanyahu on the phone for hours, so it's not like he's been dodging them. he doesn't kisses up to our foreign leaders. he talks to them like a leader, just like the debate, obama held his head up high and didn't have his head down, looking down like everybody said he did. as far as the media, i don't think the real motives, i think a lot of people just followed with the media was saying as far as what he was talking about. i mean, what the media didn't hold his head up high. he was very presidential outcome of real calm. i think mitt romney was desperate. >> host: we will have the candidates debate foreign policy specifically in the coming weeks. do you reflect on the earlier part of what he was saying? >> guest: clearly more a common set of questions, but i
've got 42 electoral votes are you talking about. mitt romney remains down in the state of ohio. that is one his campaign believes he must win to get to 270 electoral votes. he's down six, 51%-45% in that state. however, mitt romney got on a wave in denver last week and paul ryan has a chance tonight, guys, to continue that momentum, an interesting match-up, we've seen it before of an older, experienced vice president, a younger less tested running mate. we saw it with dick cheney and with john edwards in 2004. dick cheney got the better of that. we saw it with lloyd benson and dan quayle in 1988. it appeared that lloyd benson got the better of that, but of course george bush and dan quayle won the election. i talked to dan quayle yesterday -- or a few days ago, rather, he said he thinks he helped george h.w. bush in that race, even though he got smacked down with that "you're no jack kennedy" line, because he took the fight to michael dukakis and that's the bottom line that you hear from people who have been through these debates, is that the key for vice presidential candidate
said six times, he talked about the youtube video. now they're trying to blame the ryan-romney ticket for making this an issue. >> steve: of course, that's what they were talk being yesterday. so who won? cnn and cnbc did polls and mr. ryan was on top. cbs had one with some focus group. they felt that the vice president won. peggy nuland writes fort second time in two weeks, the democrat came out and defeated himself. in both cases, the republican was strong and the democrat somewhat disturbing. another way to say it is the old man tried it patronize the kid and the kid stood his ground. the old man pushed and the kid pushed back. >> brian: she did not mean that complimentary. >> gretchen: i actually think had is a debate that's going to percolate over a couple of days. when people go back and read and maybe see video and see this reaction, i think it may percolate over time where people will maybe change their opinion of exactly how it went. >> brian: it was -- >> gretchen: i think a lot of people -- i think it rubbed them the wrong way with the attitude. the headlines now. one month
most popular achievement like obama care is not very popular. way to win is paint mitt romney as toxic. >> steve: does mitt romney hate children in >> i would say not. he has five of them. >> steve: thank you very much. >> steve: we have talked about it all morning. was joe biden's performance down right disrespectful or do you think it is delightful. frank talks to undecided voters. he was locked up in federal prison for abusing animals and now michael vick is the proud owner of a dog. ♪ ♪ ost. flavor boost, meet beef. it's swanson flavor boost. concentrated broth to add delicious flavor to your skillet dish in just one stir. mmm! [ female announcer ] cook, meet compliments. get recipes at flavorboost.com. humans -- even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else mes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >> brian: joe biden broke news and he
. [applause] >> which we see live where the members of the obama and romney campaign will talk to reporters after the date. we are going to leave the camera into the media center here in a couple of minutes. hundreds of volunteers have been behind the scenes in the media center testing the digital network capacity preparing to cover the debate. >> [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] have been aligned among parts of the data area. the vice presidential debate will be life thursday night on c-span, seized in radio and c-span.org. in addition to the presidential and vice presidential debate, the c-span debate from the house, senate and governor's races from across the country. senator scott brown and his democratic challenger elizabeth warren meet tonight for the third floor debates in the massachusetts senate race. you can hear that live on the companion network c-span at seven eastern tonight. we spoke with a political reporter of the massachusetts senate race. >> we are joined by national journal julie sobel. this is in the
the governors of montana. and later, we talk with david corn about the secret video of mitt romney on tomorrow morning's "washington journal", professor julian selzer talks about the impacts of vice presidential debates in past elections. and executive director of the democratic national campaign committee, guy harrison and >> with what he did on the campaign trail, nothing except her borrow and spend. as a result, not fixing it, our credit rating was downgraded for the first time in our history. we laid out a 4 trillion-dollar debt reduction plan. we already passed a trillion of it. ladies and gentlemen, these guys don't like anything. they don't only like our plan, but what is your plan? umax thursday, congressman paul ryan and vice president joe biden will face off in their only debate. abc news martha radek will moderate and you can watch and and engage with c-span or lack of a preview at 7:00 p.m. eastern, followed by two waste watch the debate at 9:00 p.m. both candidates on screen the entire debate. on c-span2, the multi-version camera debate. live coverage will be on c-span, c-span rad
the president of the united states talking about fancy private jets not doing that well. you had romney wanting to spend more on the defense. if you think president obama is going to be reelected, you don't want to be in raytheon, frankly. you're going to have to do some little selling. let's go to kierein in florida. kierein? >> caller: boo-yah, jim cramer here in sunny florida. >> like that. what is up? >> caller: listen, i see that united health care purchased 90% of the brazilian health care companies down there. where do you see the stock go from here? and what do you think if romney's elected president? >> it's not as good. it's not as good if romney is elected president. because what happened is the health companies and the drug corporations went all in under obama. i know it sounds silly, but they did win. unh goes higher with president obama is re-elected. that brazilian thing showed their growth is no longer limited by the united states. i like that. if you love playing kick the can as a kid, as i did, you should have adored as an investor in an u.s.-based company as u.s. europe kicke
am sure that governor romney is going to remind him. >> greta: now to the nation's most famous boss, donald trump. who would he hire for vice-president? we spoke with donald trump earlier tonight. donald, nice it talk to you. >> hi, greta. >> greta: all right. what do you think about last night's debate between the two vice-presidential candidates? >> i thought it was very interesting. i thought they both did a very, very good job. both of them. very different. different styles. different thoughts, different politics. but i thought they were both very effective. >> greta: did you learn anything new, substantively? >> i didn't like where joe biden was blaming the intelligence -- our intelligence groups because that was putting something off on people that i am not sure if that was so necessarily so -- >> greta: or worse, saying he was uninformed in the position to be infield. that's another problem. a rock and a hard plies that one. >> i was surprised that he did that. but i will say, i thought he was very effective. i thought they were both very effective in very different ways. >>
the sudden this talk of a hawkish debate could be december pate dissipated. i think if the market was planning on qe open ended for years and years as bernanke was saying, what could change that? a romney presidency could change that. you'd have to start factoring in a different kind of fed if a romney presidency looks more likely in the coming weeks. >> let's get back to the marks here as we go into this final hour. todd, what are you doing right now? >> i'm buying right now, bill. i'll tell you what, you'd be a fool to stay on the sidelines right now. there's some great sectors right there. you really want to concentrate on growth, maybe in the recovering economy, maybe a romney presidency. whatever you want to say. you could look at consumer discretionary names. they should do wonderful, especially with fed accommodation. history has shown us previous times, consumer discretionary stocks did exceptionally well. overall the stock market should do great next year. you can look at the fed argument. you can look at fundamental analysis. both sides support a bullish signal. >> so th
to look at romney, what is the one thing he should do in the next debate? he should go after the fed and talk about savers in individuals and corporations and rebalancing policy a little bit. >> they wouldn't be able to accuse him of not having done that. he's also said he's getting rid of bernanke day one. >> you packed the fed with neokeynesian socialists who don't understand housing is the major conduit for policy. if two-thirds of the country can't get refinanced right now, obviously policy is ineffective and they don't want to deal with this and start with bank of america. i'd put something on zero hedge, i want a big fund to come me to do a hostile takeover of bank of america, restructure it and make money. if you have the vision you can create value and all of the sudden the bank is supporting growth again. >> thank you, we appreciate it. neokeynesian -- >> socialist. >> socialist. i may use that. >> paul krugman. >> yeah. >> let's look at the markets this morning, you'll see the u.s. equity futures are indicated higher, dow futures up by about 42 points, where we've been thro
stalls some gaming companies, we'll talk to the head of one game maker that's conquering the mobile ward. the ceo of kabam will tell us the secrets of his success. mitt romney staying within striking distance of the president. coming in two points behind the president after essentially winning last week's debate. a long way to go before november 6th. our chief washington correspondent john harwood is here with more. good morning. i know you were aware of some saying that by the weekend the race would be tied. this morning you tweeted as to whether or not that is now actually true. >> reporter: yeah, matthew dodd who was a bush campaigner in 2000, 2004 said we'll have a tied race by monday. we're not quite there yet. it's tied in the rasmussen poll at 48 which featured in the weekend post-debate poll. romney was ahead by two points. there was some impact from the unemployment numbers on friday, you look at the data since the debate it's a 47-47 tie. there's big events coming up. the first debate was the biggest thing since the conventions. now this thursday on the 11th you've got paul rya
believe government is a hindrance. but it seems to me people talk about cutting spending. then, of course, when it comes to their actual program, they don't want to cut. we had even the example of governor romney recently suggesting that if we went off the fiscal cliff and we had the spending cuts in defen it was going to kill jobs in virginia. virginia. i mean, you know. it was a program we didn't cut. >> that's we need leadership from the top as governor in gaza. and i will point back into the governors. successful governors do two things really well. they provide leadership and they propose bold initiatives to their legislatures, and they also have a strategy or a blueprint, if you will, for economic growth in their states for the future. those are the successful governors. we need the same type of leadership at the white house. >> no president has had real organization authority since ronald reagan. i would think that needs to come back. i would go so far as to put some back of authority that was lost after the nixon era. but congress has got to help. some committees in congress are n
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